Citysearch Editorial Review.
A couple of former ’inoteca coworkers combined to open this cozy, welcoming Park Slope haunt, which hits Brooklyn’s de rigueur design notes: bricks walls, tin ceiling, polished mahogany floor. Instead, it’s the seasonal, locally focused food that’s the delicious departure. Carnivores can gnaw on milk-braised pork belly, mussels cooked in Kelso pilsner and a caveman-style pork chop. Vegetarians are also catered to, with a goat cheese–greens gratin, green-pea falafel and a vegan burger crowned with house-crafted pickles and ketchup.